Generation of Change to Make Indonesia Free of Corruption

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Members of Generation of Change during interview at Radio UNAIR on corruption prevention. (Photo: Radio UNAIR)

RADIO UNAIR – Corruptions in Indonesia have been usual phenomena in the society. Youngsters have important roles to eradicate corruptions. Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) together with  Komunitas Ketjil Bergerak and Indonesian Corruption Watch (ICW) hold an event  Anti Corruption Youth in Yogyakarta, October 19-29 2015. The event was initiated to build Generation of Change which consists of youngsters as agents of change to implement anti corruption program in Indonesia.

UNAIR Radio invited Generation of Change. Some of them who made it were Frita Sofia (Faculty of Law UNAIR), Tria Amalia (Universitas Mulawarman), Rivo Pahlevi (Jakarta), and Daud Kawung (Manado) and also the initiator of Anti-Corruption Student Movement (GEMAK) which has been authenticated by KPK. They shared their experiences during Anti Corruption Youth Camp and they encouraged UNAIR students to move and eradicate corruption in SAGA program on January 12, 2016. (*)

Author: Afifah Nurrosyidah/ UNAIR Radio

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